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AK: Stuffed bear nabs roadway hunter near Klawock

May 22, 2012

From AlaskaDispatch.com

Alaska Wildlife Troopers deployed an artificial black bear set-up to decoy scofflaws on a relatively out-of-the-way part of Prince of Wales Island, near Klawock.
 
Troopers report observing on Monday, May 21, that the fake bear enticed 40-year-old Thomas Skripps of Acton, Mass., to shoot at it from Coffman Road.
 
Skripps was cited for illegally attempting to take a black bear by discharging a firearm from a roadway. Bail was set at $300 in Craig District Court.

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